Taylor & Francis empowers learners, thinkers, and doers with trusted knowledge that advances research and enriches lives. On this blog, read interviews with experts and discover the latest research, insights, and analysis from Taylor & Francis and Routledge authors and colleagues.
Read about five Taylor & Francis Open Access books that have directly influenced recent policy documents from some of the largest and most influential organizations in the world.
Open access (OA) books have a higher research impact – discover 12 of the best as chosen by expert editors and publishers.
Artificial intelligence (AI) regulations should minimize its risks while realizing its benefits. This article highlights five key challenges to regulating AI effectively and explores the many attempts to define AI.
This report looks at how our transformative agreement with Jisc boosted the impact of U.K. research in 2021 and 2022.
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This page brings together journal articles, book chapters, and expert analysis from Taylor & Francis and Routledge authors and editors that can help us make sense of the situation in Ukraine.
Discover the research we publish on sustainability and climate change through blog articles, journals and books, and collections, plus find out how we're becoming a more sustainable, positive impact business.
Curated content on policy engagement, public engagement, and the role and contribution of publishers.
Get access to key research on monkeypox and other types of orthopoxvirus such as smallpox, and browse resources examining the stigma of disease and the role of media during health crises.
Discover 10 open access books about climate change examining everything from the impact of a changing climate on women to how to build towns and cities that are more resilient to extreme weather events.
Qatar 2022 likely won't be the last time the climate has a major impact on the Men's and Women's World Cups. In this article, leading experts highlight the unpredictable impacts of increased heat, pollution, rainfall, and more on the World Cup and other mega-sporting events.
Researchers who have focused their scholarship on sustainability and the Global South highlight how to frame the discourse to include all voices.
Six experts highlight what developing countries need from UNFCCC members at the 27th Conference of the Parties.
Pollution, congestion, traffic accidents, noise, inequality – transport is a major problem in most urban areas. In this article, five leading mobility experts highlight how cities can implement transport that meets our current and future economic, social, and environmental needs.
See how we promote achieving the U.N.'s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through our content, with Portfolio Manager Hennie Thomson and eContent Development Manager Jillian Morrison.
This post surveys the latest research on behavioral change and climate change published by Taylor & Francis and examines what our own internal teams are doing right now.
Read about five Taylor & Francis research papers, by researchers from the Global South, that have directly influenced recent policy documents from some of the largest and most influential organizations in the world.
Leading experts highlight the causes and effects of child hunger, and the relationships between hunger, malnutrition, and obesity. We also look at strategies for ending food insecurity in children.
Find out the differences between misinformation and disinformation as well as the related concepts of fake news, propaganda, malinformation, image manipulation, and conspiracy theories.
Explore the origins of the term 'social justice' as we examine a variety of academic definitions, meanings, and examples.
Utilizing the latest Taylor & Francis books and academic journals, in topics from Intercultural Communications to Global Health, we have compiled seven very different collections of stories about women, by women, from around the world.
We sat down with June Purvis, and asked her to take us back to 1992, the year Women's History Review was founded, to tell us the story of why it was started, and why its existence is just as important today, 30 years later.
12 women working in STEM highlight the experts and pioneers in science, tech, engineering, and math who have influenced them. Find out about these exceptional women, and how they've inspired others.
Here are several stories and viewpoints on the topic of Black Resistance in the Arts, utilizing sources from Taylor & Francis books and academic journals, from Art History to Literary Criticism and Cultural Studies.
We sat down with four people who work at Taylor & Francis to ask them in their own words why they think researcher diversity is important, and what we are doing as publishers to improve it.
Find out how we can maintain girls' participation in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) at school and university with insights from several leading educational experts and STEM practitioners.
In this interview with Rebecca Furlong, Head of Reviewer Programmes at Taylor & Francis, find out what we're doing to increase diversity and inclusion, specifically in peer review, and why such initiatives are important.
This group highlights visible and invisible disabilities and conditions. Find out how employees are benefitting from it and why it's important.
The scourge of disinformation and misinformation has had a massive influence on many recent events. In this article, leading experts explain how disinformation spreads, why it's dangerous, how to spot it, and how to fight it.
Head of Content Management Brianna Walker and Accessibility Manager Stacy Scott look at why EPUB is more accessible than HTML web pages and PDFs for journal and book content.
To mark UNESCO’s World Press Freedom Day 2022, we look at what research tells us about how technology and the Internet influence journalists’ freedoms.
To honor women in their many functions as alleviators of pain, curers of the sick, menders of minds, and rejuvenators of souls, we dove into this fascinating topic, “Women as Healers,” with a survey of the latest research published by Taylor & Francis.
Utilizing the latest research published by Taylor & Francis, we did a survey of articles on the topic of racism and healthcare, utilizing sources from journals related to sociology and social work, to medical education and policy.
At Taylor & Francis, we’re celebrating the five year anniversary of a colleague resource group set up to support women in the workplace - the Women in Publishing group.
We reached out to several Black researchers and professionals in academic publishing to ask them what they’re working on right now, and what they’re most passionate about. What follows is their stories.
In this video, hear from Lindsay Sherriff, Content Management Analyst, Nicholas Everitt, Head of Digital Production for Journals, and Stacy Scott, Head of Accessibility.
Learn about the work Dr. Sabina Alam does on publishing ethics and integrity, as well as what "paper mills" are and how Taylor & Francis is tackling them.
In this video, learn why several of our colleagues are so passionate about DE&I (diversity, equity, and inclusion), and how their life experiences have shaped their work.
In this video, hear from our Head of Open Research, Matthew Cannon, and our Director of Open Access, Emma Greenwood, about Taylor & Francis' Commitment to open access.
In this video, find out why several employees are so passionate about conservation and the environment, and how their interests and life experiences have shaped their work.